Built on the legacy of the Pixall, Byron, and FMC brands, Oxbo continues to deliver innovative harvesting solutions to the vegetable industry. With over 50 years of experience partnering with the North American vegetable industry, Oxbo builds and designs the equipment that gets these time-sensitive crops harvested and out of the field as quickly as possible.
Built on the legacy of the Korvan brand, Oxbo continues to deliver innovative wine, juice, and raisin grape harvesting solutions. Oxbo also offers a multi-function power unit capable of spraying and other vineyard tasks. With PremiumSort, an onboard sorting and cleaning system designed for the Oxbo 6120 grape harvester, Oxbo introduced an unique system in the market.
Oxbo delivers a custom harvesting solution to the Super High Density Olive market. The American made Oxbo 6420 delivers in-field reliability, productivity, and high quality olives. Using feedback from industry growers, processors, and nurseries, Oxbo designed the 6420 from the ground up with a focus on providing a customer Super High Density Olive harvesting solution. This unique tall tunnel machine leads the industry in versatility.
Ploeger offers the most comprehensive line of Oxbo berry harvesters with models and options available for every grower. From self-propelled to tow behind models, Oxbo berry harvesters set the standard in productivity with a dedication to fruit quality.
For over a decade, Oxbo has been the undisputed leader in merger technology and design. With the introduction of the 4334 self-propelled merger, Oxbo
redefines the merger, offering new levels of windrow control, forage quality, and operator comfort.
TRIPLE TOW-BEHIND MERGERS
The tow-behind triple forage merger
With a decade of merger experience, Oxbo pioneered and perfected the triple merger concept. The Oxbo 334 offers the widest pick up width of any merger on the market: a little over 10 meters. The wide swath Oxbo 330 delivers a full 9 meter of pick up width.
The Oxbo range of fresh market vegetable harvesters brings commercial harvesting technology to fresh market growers. It gives them an edge in a competitive market, where finding reliable hand labour is becoming more difficult every year.